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Wagyu Ground Beef Recipe From Pig's Eye BBQ | Fellers Ranch

Wagyu Ground Beef Recipe From Pig's Eye BBQ | Fellers Ranch

Wagyu Ground Beef Recipe From Pig's Eye BBQ | Fellers Ranch 

At Fellers Ranch, we are proud to work with local partners and small businesses in southern Minnesota. Our commitment to these businesses helps us to stand out from other meat companies. We raise our Wagyu cattle on the Merkouris ranch in Alden, MN. The farm is owned by one of our Fellers Ranch partners, Ryan Merkouris. The Wagyu cattle are then processed down the road at Conger Meat Market, which is also owned by one of our partners. This allows us to provide you with top-quality Wagyu beef, whether you are a premium steakhouse or a family that appreciates good quality and locally raised beef. We are honored to be able to offer this product to our community and beyond.

Is Wagyu Beef Ground Healthy?

Wagyu cattle are a breed of cattle that is native to Japan. Wagyu beef is prized for its intense flavor and extraordinary tenderness. Wagyu beef also contains higher levels of monounsaturated fats and oleic acid than other types of beef. These nutrients are essential for a healthy, well-balanced diet. Wagyu beef is an excellent source of protein, iron, and other essential nutrients. It is also low in saturated fat and cholesterol. Wagyu beef is a healthy choice for red meat lovers who want to enjoy the tremendous flavor and tenderness of Wagyu beef without sacrificing their health.

Who's ready for a Loose Meat Sandwich Recipe? 

This ground wagyu beef recipe was created by Al Gacksetter, Pig's Eye BBQ. He likes to use Croix Valley's Garlic Barbecue Booster as well as salt and pepper to taste.

Recipe for Loose Meat Sandwich

Ingredients:

1lb Fellers Ranch Wagyu Ground Beef

1 Yellow onion (chopped)

1 cup beef broth

1/5 Tablespoon beef base

Hamburger buns

 

Directions:

Heat large skillet to medium-high heat. Brown beef in skillet, breaking up into small pieces, until no longer pink.

Add the chopped onion and cook until translucent (3-5 minutes). Stir in beef broth and beef base and season with the garlic booster to taste. Simmer over medium heat and continue cooking until most of the liquid is evaporated. Serve meat on buns and enjoy!

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